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November 15, 2007

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Maybe it's too late for comments.
For another praxical perspective using the idea of tracing networks in order to be able to grasp technical systems and to rebuild a political project that could include technology, you can also compare with : http://yannickrumpala.wordpress.com/2009/06/11/the-utility-of-network-analysis-to-regain-political-holds-on-technology/

stevenwarburton

Thanks for the comment - and no - never too late :) Interesting link, and I liked the reference the post makes to Paul Taylor's 2005 article "From hackers to hacktivists: speed bumps on the global superhighway" in relation to the comments about "hacktivism" restoring a reflexive relation to technology and opening up black boxes.

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